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Learn essentials from five members of the Inman community — Ro Malik, Troy Palmquist, Dan Noma Jr., Amy Somerville and JP Piccinini — ahead of Inman Connect Now, June 2-4, 2020.Original linkOriginal author: Inman
Doyle Terry, Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagicSylvester Stallone is looking to knock out a sale of his desert getaway. The actor has placed his La Quinta, CA, home on the market for $3.35 million.However, the transaction might be somewhat of a gut punch to his wallet. Stallone, who is 73, purchased the home in 2010 for $4.5 million. So even at full ask, he s
RT @NAR_Research: [email protected]’s @DianaOlick breaks down the latest existing home sales data, which saw a sharp decline due to the coronavirus pandemic. #NAREHSOriginal linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
RT @NAR_Research: View the April 2020 REALTORS® Confidence Index report, which is a key indicator of housing market strength based on a monthly survey sent to over 50,000 real estate practitioners. linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
Chris Harmount’s kitchen was falling apart to the point that, at night, he’d wonder if the cabinets would be intact in the morning. “I would go to bed wondering if my dishes would fall out one day,” he says. The busy firefighter and single dad, who lives with his teenage daughter in a 920-square-foot,...Original author: Jeannie Matteucci
The market hasn't fully recovered yet, but agents in luxury markets told Inman that deals are still happening and activity appears to be on the rise.Original linkOriginal author: Jim Dalrymple II
Good kitchen design is made up of lots of little well-executed details. But sometimes one significant detail can make an entire kitchen feel fresh and exciting every time you’re in it. Here, seven designers share a key detail that elevated their clients’ kitchen design. Original author: Mitchell Parker
In this episode of Houzz TV Live, interior designer Jennifer Jones of Niche Interiors gives a virtual tour of the living and dining rooms in her 1930s San Francisco home. In the living room, upholstered...Original author: Mitchell Parker
MaximFesenko/Getty ImagesDuring the great coronavirus quarantine, many of us have learned new skills while sheltering in place. You’ve probably baked bread from scratch, made a household repair you’ve been putting off for the past five years, and maybe even dyed your own hair.And you most certainly have poured yourself a drink or three.A glass (OK,
realtor.comA Pennsylvania home filled with eclectic decor choices rocketed to the top of this week’s most popular homes on®.Sedate from the exterior, but unlike anything we’ve ever seen on the interior, the home’s wild listing photos caused a click storm online.The home’s outlandish interiors sprang from the mind of homeowner John Cope.
This software is ideal for those agents and teams that are already comfortable with being on camera but need a better way to organize the marketing and outreach efforts around video content.Original linkOriginal author: Craig C. Rowe
As COVID-19 restrictions loosen up, business owners are faced with a few ethical dilemmas. As a broker-owner, when should you allow real estate transactions to take place? Should your employees go back to the office? What's safe? Here are a few soul-searching questions to ask yourself.Original linkOriginal author: Erica Ramus
Real estate investing is a competitive and risky game. Although you can't control when a global health crisis strikes, as an aspiring investor, you can protect yourself by adopting these necessary strategies and techniques.Original linkOriginal author: Anna Johansson
Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, they discuss investing in real estate during a pandemic, SoftBank's record loss and a few simple ways to do listing videos.Original linkOriginal author: Byron Lazine
"When you're feeling cooped up, there's nothing better than feeling free," Compass broker Seth O'Byrne told Inman.Original linkOriginal author: Veronika Bondarenko
HGTVDrew and Jonathan Scott work with a lot of families who have outgrown their homes, but in the latest episode of “Property Brothers: Forever Home,” they help a family that is preparing for future kids.In this episode, “A Home Fit for Superheroes,” the brothers help Waylon and Adam fix up their forever home in Toronto, ON.These two are hoping to
Getty ImagesThe South has risen again.Six of the 10 fastest-growing, large cities of the past 10 years are below the Mason-Dixon Line—with half in Texas alone, according to a recent U.S. Census Bureau report. The report looked only at cities with at least 50,000 or more residents from April 1, 2010, and July 1, 2019. And the fastest-growing city is
Markets with stringent lockdowns saw new listings plummet by 90 percent, while other markets saw no change. According to an analysis by Mike DelPrete, as the world begins to recover, the data shows that the longer and more severe the lockdown, the faster the initial recovery.Original linkOriginal author: Mike DelPrete
realtor.comFormerly known as Opus, an ultraluxe Beverly Hills estate has changed its tune. Now renamed 1175 Billionaires’ Row, the property, which was once on the market for as much as $100 million, is back on sale for just under $60 million.Even with the reduction, the megamansion, set on a promontory with incredible views of Los Angeles, features
Cameron CarothersA newly restored midcentury modern gem in Los Angeles has leapt onto the market for $1,649,000. Built in 1958, the home has had only three owners. Designed by architect Robert Malinoff while he was still a student at USC School of Architecture, it was built as his personal residence.“It’s a really neat house,” says listing agent Na